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training. we actually have an acu1,000 type capability in pendleton and that is a piece of equipment that bee don't train with routinely the expeditionary folks. i think there is an opportunity in training, it's great when marines get to see the gear and do that type of cross banding we spoke about. civilian authority operates in 700-800 megahertz range. we know fires happen a lot and we're often asked to support so training is a big recommendation i make. >> what i'd recommend is practice makes perfect and flexibility is required. so with communications being flex i will and you have to practice. we did some training events with the acu's in order to teach other agencies how to cross band the radios but it continues to grow. next year there will be a new version of the acu's, which does cross banding of radios. as long as we stay engaged we keep communicating and we keep working to the and keep the lines of communication open, i think the exercise will go excellent as we grow. >> i told my boss that communication's at the heart of everything. the stronger we are with our co
or air national guard or the department of public works acu one thousand van and they pretty much made up the backbone of that network. the point i'm trying to make is we had redundancy at each site and then small unplanned events were not a factor. one way or another we were able to send our reports through. this is a starting point for working in san francisco. we could have probably done more analysis of the terrain that we're working in terms to identify those black holes for cops, those black areas. so we learned a lot. i think a lot of this has been captured in the afteraction and i think if we have another iteration next year to definitely have a good starting point. >> we brought from the california national guard, we brought our quick reaction area force and we brought our ic for you so we had 3 different com spans that are cross banded, which is an opportunity that not all dod assets have. they have civilian internet and that is their primary mission, is to cross band between the military and civilians. it worked very well because the command and control element were on an
of the book -- week as acus people who watch redeye, i create these fantasy worlds and just because i can. why shouldn't we? so in the book i bring up -- actually it's a personal story and i'm not going to bring it up here. [laughter] things did not work out. three rights but he doesn't write that. he is a panda. pandas can't write. i think. >> grade, it's nice meeting you and thank you for coming to l.a.. my question is -- [inaudible] [inaudible] les -- mao. [laughter] >> it's it seems to me that there is a lot of indoctrination going on in colleges and there isn't a voice for libertarians. .. the only way to break that is get in academia. who wants to do that it pays already. tenure is a problem. i mean, why is why are you allowed to be a crack pot on campus. because you can. you will not get -- fired. that's tenure. >> one question. continue to keep asking who pushed the video. >> yeah. [applause] you're referring to the suzanne somers exercise video. that was stolen from my locker. probably by sheep. [laughter] that's why he's in great shape. it's the only question that matters. everything
to get executives adopt a unit to many executives at hopkins adopted a unit, an acu -- icu and he put the stats and we still do a similar safety concerns here? how are you going to harm the next patient? anticipate was going to go wrong next time i have a medical catastrophe. every year at every hospital in the country, doesn't matter the best or worst has medical mishaps every year. these discussions create an anticipation that allows people to redesign and reengineer the hospital system to make it safer. the employees, staff and nurses will value. the few people listen to them. i went with a 46 of doctors saying they burned out, don't feel valued, getting crushed all part is insurance premiums and had an affair with insurance come means, it goes a long way and not feeling value despite her hospital or leaders is a serious way to alienate the very people that are responsible for safety and creating a safe culture. >> host: for those of us who are leaders or ceos of hospitals, et cetera, what role should accountability and transparency play in the way we conduct our daily business? wa
. what stock has had more loyal people in it longer and acued more potential as capital gains than andle? almost none in my opinion. that's what it is. a margin requirement change? that's a derivative. >> you think it is not a fundamental business issue, it is a technical tax issue. >> amen, brother. >> citigroup going to cut 11,000 jobs, 4% of its workforce. shares of the bank right now moving higher there by 6%. what do you think of citi? >> the market likes someone who's willing to admit they had a bad trade and stop out of it. citigroup is moving out of places like romania, paraguay, uruguay, but what they're saying is that we can't make money there anymore, we'll contrait on places we can make money. >> the romainian operations wer cutting them! >>> facebook seven months after going public, where do you stand? >> this thing gives a little bit of credibility. facebook is a concept. the market won't bother itself with making money or a credible plan to make money. they'll give it a grace period for a while just on the concept. this scattered showers a little bit of credibility. i like
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